Millsap, Parker - At The Bar (Emerald City Blues) Lyrics




Dorothy, can I ask you a question or two
And I'm gonna dare you to tell me the truth
I heard a rumor that you've got the blues
So dance with me Dorothy in your ruby red shoes
Over the rainbow I've never flown
Tell me Dorothy is there really no place like home

I've a weakness for waltzes, I'm a sucker for sad songs
But it ain't my fault, it's the way I've become
Don't get me wrong, I'm as happy as the daytime is long
But in a melancholy melody, that's the place I belong

Tin Man, can I ask you to tell me the time
And Tin Man please tell what's been on your mind
I heard a rumor you're looking to find
A piece of yourself that's been left behind
A hole for a heart's no excuse to feel blue
I've never known a hole that can be broken too

I've a weakness for waltzes, I'm a sucker for sad songs
And it ain't my fault, it's the way I've become
Don't get me wrong, I'm as happy as the daytime is long
But in a melancholy melody, that's the place I belong
In a melancholy melody, that's the place I belong





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